1963 Chinese Zodiac - Water Rabbit Year
Those born between January 25, 1963 and February 12, 1964 are members of the Water Rabbit Chinese Zodiac sign. RABBIT people are happy, gifted, refined and ambitious. They also know how to draw others’ attention and are great mixers in any social gatherings. The typical Rabbit will be submissive, even humble, in a constant effort to avoid confrontations. Rabbit is an excellent judge of character, with an instinct for recognizing sincerity in others and an almost uncanny ability for sensing falsehood. Hare people make wonderful receptionists, publicists, stockbrokers, and pharmacists.
The fluid influence of the Water Element makes the Water Rabbit the most emotionally intuitive of all the Rabbit signs. The Water Rabbit is very comfortable in the realm of emotions, both inwardly and externally. With these skills, the Water Rabbit develops a sympathetic and compassionate demeanor that is at the forefront of all of their interactions. The Water Rabbit is a great friend and is always willing to offer an ear or a shoulder to those in need. For this reason, the Water Rabbit may be one of the most well-liked of all the Rabbit signs.
With gifts for sympathy and communication, the Water Rabbit has a great deal of career options to explore. By following their compassionate nature, the Water Rabbit may do well in teaching, counseling, advising or therapy. Similarly, the Water Rabbit’s artistic inclinations could lead to a career in self-expression. The Water Rabbit’s aptitude for artistic performance can be seen in the successful careers of Johnny Depp and Whitney Houston, who were both born in 1963.
The emotional nature of the Water Rabbit is a definitive strength, but at times it can also be one of their greatest weaknesses. The Water Rabbit does poorly in conflict, as they are often overly sensitive in times of confrontation. Likewise, those born under the Water Rabbit sign may have a tendency to dwell on negative events in the past, at times to an obsessive extent. These qualities are paired with the overall timid nature of the Water Rabbit, which makes them hesitant in unfamiliar situations. The Water Rabbit can overcome these shortcomings by avoiding conflict and working to overcome their sensitivity.
Water Rabbit in Relationships
Rabbits are very sexual, but tend to give more of themselves than they should. This can lead to unrealistic expectations and unhealthy situations. Rabbits need partners who won’t take advantage of their giving nature. Such pairings will be strong.
Like the currents, Water Rabbits prefer to go with the flow, avoiding conflict at all costs, even in situations that are bothersome. It’s easy to take advantage of Water Rabbits. They’re very supportive of others.